Shooting with a 24 mm lens, my experience thus far.
Flash mobs are not uncommon in big cities. They are even less so at the busiest parts of these cities. However, I did not expect to encounter one when I took a brief walk along Orchard Road.
Teaching others improves your photography because you actually learn in the process. When you teach, you discover how well you know a particular subject.
I took my first photo walk in 2013 on the first weekend of the year to kick off 2013 with a bang. This is the first time I am shooting on the street since my last walk in late September.
There some days when you just feel disconnected from photography. I have found a few tricks to reset myself to get into the groove.
A fashion runway is not a common sight along busy Orchard Road.
Instead of my usual photo walk in Orchard, I decided to shoot in Little India on a Sunday.
My recent Orchard Road street photography sessions were done with just the Leica M8.
Fujifilm X100 has been out followed me wherever I went. But I usually bring it along with my DSLR when I do street photography.
Street fashion and publicity stunts are just some of the interesting sights along Orchard Road.
I’m starting to use a shorter focal length when I shoot on the streets. This lightens my gear and it also helps me to improve as a photographer.
If you want a taste of Singapore street fashion, Orchard Road on a weekend is a good place to start. You will come across a myriad of styles being worn by the people walking along the road.
Whenever I shoot in Orchard Road on a weekend, I’ll encounter publicity stunts by various companies to promote their product or services.
I’ve been spending my weekends shooting along Orchard Road in Singapore. This is to force myself to devote three to four hours a week to practice my street photography.
My first few photo walks with the Leica M8 has seen a change in the way I shoot. In a nutshell, I’m really enjoying shooting with the M8.